Behaviour Change Themes
1. Productivity & Organisational Well-Being
2. Public Health Behaviour
Here are a few examples of our currentand past work within these broad themes of the Centre:
Happy Museums with Storiel, Gwynedd – a project to rethink the role museums can play in creating more resilient people, places and planet, as well as promote the museum experience across generations.
Improving Best Practice in Healthcare with Betsi Cadwalader University Health Board – a workshop and symposium for allied healthcare professionals to understand how behavioural science can help make change easier, be resilient to failure and amplify success.
The Festival of Behaviour Change – A gamefully designed two-week celebration of the latest science and practice in behavioural research.
Boosting the wellbeing of long-term unemployed participants with Rhyl City Strategy – a six-week course to build confidence, resilience, motivation and employability using behavioural change techniques and positive psychology.
Building Resilience with the RAF - a workshop to inform the Royal Air Force’s Resilience Strategy regarding the department of Defence, Survive, Evade, Resist and Extract.
Saving the planet with the British Mountaineering Council - a workshop to promote the sustainable use of the outdoors, by hill walkers, fell runners and mountain bikers.
Reinventing the High-Street with ELOP* - a transcultural and transdisciplinary project involving psychologists, entrepreneurs and engineers to reimagine the role and offering of the British high-street and enhance economic prosperity.
Improving quality of life in Mexican neighbourhoods with ELOP* - a transcultural and transdisciplinary project involving psychologists, urban and landscape designers, social scientists and engineers to improve community cohesion and prosperity within deprived areas of Mexico.
Promoting Healthy Lifestyle Behaviour with Public Health Wales – a three-year project to promote physical and psychological wellbeing at a population level using novel behavioural change and positive psychology techniques.
Supporting Workplace Wellbeing with Rhyl City Strategy - a three-year project to enhance psychological wellbeing, promote productivity and reduce absence and presenteeism in the workplace, using novel behavioural change and positive psychology techniques.